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2009-Feb-26 Academia Sinica E-news No.105  

Academician Alice Huang elected President of AAAS, another AS Researcher Named Fellow

The IEAS Library Listed among the First Generation Outstanding Architecture of Postwar Taiwan

The IEAS Library was the former Center for American Studies, which is an early work of architect Wang Qiuhua. It is also an example of outstanding architecture of the 1970s Taiwan.



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Academic Events

The Latest Issue of Research on Women in Modern Chinese History Is Now Available


Content includes five Articles, one Speech, two Historical Analysis, one Historical Sources, and two Book Reviews.

Divine Justice — Religion and the Development of Chinese Legal Culture, by Paul R. Katz, has been published by Routledge Press


The primary goal of this book is to consider the ways in which religious beliefs and practices have contributed to the formation of Chinese legal culture.

International Conference on “Japan’s Tradition and Modernity”

Time: March 5 to 6, 2009 (Thursday to Friday)

Venue: Conference Room 3 and 4, Institute of Ethnology Building

Sponsor: Center for Asia-Pacific Area Studies (CAPAS), RCHSS, Academia Sinica / Interchange Association, Japan (IAJ)

A symposium dedicated to the memory of Prof. Ta-shue Chou

Time: Friday, March 6, 2009

Venue: Chou Ta-Shue Lecture Hall, Inst. of Chemistry

Topics: C-H Activation Using Mg-, Zn-, Al-Amides Leading to Functionalized Organometallics for Organic Synthesis

Speaker: Paul Knochel, Ludwig-Maximilians University of Munich, Germany

Lecture in Honor of Former President Shih-Chieh Wang

Time: 2:00 pm ~ 4:00 pm, Saturday, March 7, 2009

Venue: Conference Room 1, 2F, Center of Academic Activities, Academia Sinica

Topics: Prevention of Virus-related Cancers: Efficacy of Vaccines and Anti-Virals

Speaker: Dr. Chien-Jen Chen
Academician, Academia Sinica
Distinguished Research Fellow,
The Genomics Research Center,Academia Sinica

Host: Vice President Andrew H.-J. Wang

Online Registration: http://www.sinica.edu.tw/sc.html

The lecture will be delivered in Chinese.


Facing an Unequal World: Challenges for Sociology: The Conference of the Council of National Associations of the International Sociological Association, Taipei 2009

Time: March 23rd to 25th, 2009 (Mon to Wed)

Venue: International Conference Hall, 1st Conference Room and 2nd Conference Room, 3rd Floor, Humanities and Social Sciences Building, Academia Sinica

Organizers: International Sociological Association, Taiwanese Sociological Association, and Institute of Sociology, Academia Sinica

Sponsors: Taiwan National Science Council, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Taiwan


Conference Website          Preliminary Program          Registration

Lectures(February 26 - March 03)


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Positions available for the 2009 Academia Sinica Fellowships for Doctoral Candidates in the Humanities and Social Sciences

Submission of Referrals for 2010 Career Development Award Begins

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